May 13, 2002
THE NEXT GOVERNOR of Pennsylvania won't be elected by the polls. He'll be selected by voters. Please remember that come election day on May 21 - especially those of you who, like this page, are supporting Ed Rendell in his quest to win the Democratic primary. The latest Keystone Poll show Rendell surging ahead of rival Bob Casey. It's a stunning reversal of fortune for Casey, who entered the race with far greater statewide name recognition than Rendell. It's also a well-deserved turn of events.
April 1, 2012
Sunday at 6:05 p.m., Wells Fargo Center Radio: ESPN (950 AM) Gladiators update: Cleveland (1-1) picked up its first Arena League win of the season last weekend. The Gladiators are coached by Steve Thonn, who was an offensive coordinator under Doug Plank in Georgia. . . . The team is owned by Dan Gilbert, the Cleveland Cavaliers' majority owner. . . . A wide receiver named Joe Horn is on the roster, but he's not that Joe Horn. Soul update: It's only Week 4, and the Soul (2-0)
May 25, 2012 |
AGENDA Who: Soul (7-3) at Cleveland (6-3) When: Sunday, 4 p.m. Where: Quicken Loans Arena (17,500) TV/Radio: None Internet: www.UStream.com. or www.PhiladelphiaSoul.com About the Soul: Have lost two of the last three and now lead Cleveland by only a half-game in the East Division … Wide receiver Donovan Morgan returns to the lineup after missing 7 weeks with a broken wrist. He expects to play the entire game. About the Gladiators: Have won three in a row and are led by future Hall of Famer John Dutton at quarterback.
June 22, 2012 |
AGENDA What: Pittsburgh (3-10) at Soul (11-3) When: Sunday, 6:05 p.m. Where: Wells Fargo Center (19,500) TV: The Comcast Network Radio: None Internet: UStream.com or PhiladelphiaSoul.com Tickets: Team's website or 888-789-SOUL (ext. 3) About the Power: Only win in last eight games was a forfeit by Cleveland on June 8 … The Power's quarterback is Bryan Randall, who led Virginia Tech to the Sugar Bowl after the 2004 season?…?Former NFL quarterback Mike Tomczak was brought in midseason as the offensive coordinator.
April 7, 2012
Saturday at 7 p.m., the Arena at Gwinnett Center, in Duluth, Ga Radio: ESPN (950-AM) Soul update: The Soul (2-1) are coming off a disappointing loss to Cleveland on Sunday. . . . Wide receiver Donovan Morgan has a fracture in his left wrist and will be out four to six weeks. Morgan leads the team with 23 receptions and eight touchdown catches. Emery Sammons will take his spot in the lineup. . . . Connor Hughes will be the team's kicker again this week as starter Phil Marfuggi continues to rehab a hamstring injury.
May 12, 2012
What: Jacksonville (3-4) at Soul (6-2) When: Saturday, 7:05 p.m. Where: Wells Fargo Center TV: The Comcast Network Radio: None Internet: www.UStream.com or www.PhiladelphiaSoul.com . About the Soul: They had a four-game winning streak snapped with a last-second loss to Milwaukee last Saturday. They continue to hold a one-game lead over Tampa Bay for the Eastern Conference lead. About the Sharks: Bernard Morris replaced Omar Jacobs (concussion)
March 23, 2012
Soul (1-0) at Pittsburgh (1-0), Friday at 8 p.m. at Consol Energy Center TV/Radio: NFL Network/ESPN-AM (950) Soul update: They won their season opener at New Orleans when Donovan Morgan scored a late touchdown and Bryan Robinson blocked a potential game-winning field goal. Power update: They won their opener at Orlando even after half the team was fired for threatening a strike just before kickoff. Leaguewide, players are disgruntled about the AFL's lack of benefits and a pay scale in which everyone except the starting quarterback earns $400 per game.
June 29, 2012
SOUL AGENDA What: Soul (12-3) at Tampa Bay (6-8) When: Friday, 7:30 p.m. Where: Tampa Bay Times Forum (19,200) TV/Radio: None Internet: www.UStream.tv/PhiladelphiaSoul About the Soul: The team has won five in a row with a defense (yes, they play defense in the AFL) that is playing as well as it has all season … It beat Tampa, 83-48, at the Wells Fargo Center on April 20 … The Soul are 7-0 against the Southern Division … Defensive back Kent Richardson suffered a lacerated finger last week, but will play.